ROCHESTER, NY ó Frank I.
Biamonte, formerly of Rome, NY, passed away
peacefully on March 20, 2016, at age 89, under the
wonderful care of the Hildebrandt Hospice Center.
Born and raised in Utica, he
graduated from Proctor High School in 1945 and
earned a Bachelorís of Science from S.U.N.Y
Brockport in 1952. He proudly served as a Sergeant
in the U.S Army with the 1st Cavalry Division in
Japan, during the Allied Occupation.
On August 22, 1959, he was
united in marriage to Louise Piccinini in St.
Josephís Church, Little Falls, NY; a blessed union
of 55 years. He was employed by the Rome City
School District from 1957-1982 and had a passion
in teaching middle school earth science and served
on the Board of Education as Director of
Transportation. Post retirement, he continued to
work as a senior administrative assistant at PAR
During his retirement years,
Frank enjoyed seasonal visits with Louise to Sun
City, Arizona, playing bocce at Delta Lake with
friends from the East Utica group and with fellow
members of the Toccolano club. He also enjoyed the
game of golf as well as playing poker with his old
time friends on Friday nights.
Frank is survived by his
three children, Brian of Indio, CA, Jon of
Albion, NY, and Renee (Jeff) Morano of Fairport,
NY; three grandchildren, Joshua Biamonte, and
Ryan and Matthew Morano; two sisters, Anne Maggi
and Jennie (Robert) Fonseca; and many nieces,
nephews and long life friends. He was
predeceased by his wife, Louise of 55 years; a
son, Frankie; parents, Nicholas and Frances
Biamonte; and two sisters, Mary Salvo and Rose
A Memorial Mass of Christian
Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, April 2,
2016 at 11 a.m. at the Church of St. John the
Baptist in Rome, with the Rev. Paul F. Angelicchio
as the celebrant. Interment will be at St. Johnís
Cemetery. There are no calling hours.
In lieu of flowers,
contributions can be made to Lifetime Care
Hospice/Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center, Attn:
Donations 3111 Winton Road South, Rochester, NY
Local arrangements are entrusted to the Barry
Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut Street.